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Boeing 747-400 (G-BNLY) - October 18, 2009 - arrived Toronto Pearson Int’l Airport
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Boeing 747-400 (G-BNLY)

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October 18, 2009 - arrived Toronto Pearson Int’l Airport

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peter tomlinson
Excellent photo .
G-BNLY is no longer in service and her last flight was to Dunsfold Aerodrome , Surrey , England , on December 5 , 2020 . She will be preserved at Dunsfold .
The last flight of this beautiful aircraft can be seen on You Tube, titled.....British Airways Landor Boeing 747 , G-BNLY
George Hall
I can only imagine the businesses and residents that live under this landing approach and what they go thru when one of these big birds fly over at that low altitude. They obviously are used to it and have done things to prevent damage.
Harald Heuser
Strange place to fill up a 747
frank theriault
Sad to see another Queen of the Sky taken out of service. I guess 50 years is a pretty good run. Lovely photo.
Amir Begloei
Awesome shot!!! Petro Canada gas station at 6625 Airport Rd
Mississauga, Ontario. Coolest gas station in Canada!
ROBERT MILLS JR
Know exactly where this is in Toronto.
Handled Toronto SBU (sewer back-up claims) in 2005.
Stayed just south of the western approach at the Sheraton 5 Points for 30 days.
Perfect for watching inbound and outbound aircraft traffic.
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